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Devon MAN Watertender/Ladder 4WD
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No: 1480   Contributor: Gary Chapman   Year: 2006   Manufacturer: MAN   Country: United Kingdom
Devon MAN Watertender/Ladder 4WD

The "33-2" is a 2006 MAN LE 10.220 watertender/ladder. The unit is a 4WD vehicle, and stationed at Exmouth fire station. The bodywork is from JDC.
Picture added on 25 October 2006
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Recently the Brunei Fire and Rescue Department bought the 4WD Mercedes Atego WRL which technically looks like this MAN 4WD WRL

Added by Bomba Boy on 31 October 2006.
Does anybody know how many and what type of ladders this vehicle carries ?

Added by Paul warnock on 09 July 2009.
Oh no Paul ... hope North Yorks don't get these ! hope they get the unimog ! are the old merc 4x4's on the run still ?

Added by John Johnstone on 09 July 2009.
Merc's still on the run, they are coming to end of their life soon.Brigade are looking for a replacement pump for Danby, Unimog to big for access to some remote areas in the Moors. I think something like is too big too.

Added by Paul Warnock on 10 July 2009.
John the only replacement could be another Unimog, long term its the best investment as well, look at the age of the present ones around and some are nearing twenty years and more.

Added by John Stott on 10 July 2009.
Cheers Paul, hope you are well mate .

Added by John Johnstone on 10 July 2009.
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